Join WAM & Fam

Join our community in just three steps.

1. Attend a public event

Attend one public event so we can meet you. Contact membership for details about our next public event.

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2. Submit application form

Fill out the digital form below.


3. Submit payment

Note: See the Cost section to learn about our minimal annual fee.

DIGITAL PAYMENT

Contact membership to get the password so you can submit payment via PayPal. Don’t worry; you can check out as a guest.

CASH / CHECK

Contact membership to learn where to send the fee and to verify the prorated amount to pay. Make the check payable to Wheaton Area Moms.

Join WAM & Fam

Cost

Our group has a minimal annual fee of $18 ($1.50 per month) or $36 for two years. The amount is prorated based on the month you join.

In cases of financial hardship, applicants may request a fee waiver in the comments section of the application form.

Additional info

Once we receive your application and payment, we will add you to our private list serve and shared Google activity calendar so you will receive information about our latest news and events. Then you just have to choose which activity to do first!

Membership and participation are voluntary.

Questions

If you have any questions or concerns, contact us. Select the membership option from the topic drop-down list.

New members form

Legal statement

I, the undersigned, understand that my participation and the participation of any members of my family in any WheatonArea Moms function or program is completely voluntary, and I hereby give permission for me and my family to participate in those functions or programs. I and my family shall hold harmless the Wheaton Area Moms organization, any of its volunteers or representatives, and/or the providers of any function or program location and/or materials from any liability and/or responsibility for any accident, illness, or injury that occurs during or as a result of any function or program. I accept that the final responsibility for my safety and that of my family rests with me.